A super PAC is knocking Republican congressional candidate George Demos and tying his fundraising to Democratic House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi.

The ad is from the U.S. Jobs Council, an independent expenditure committee formed on March 21, Federal Election Commission records show.

The ad claims Demos is utilizing the “Nancy Pelosi cash machine.”

“Nancy Pelosi’s people have their eye on another seat — this time all the way on Long Island,” the ad says.

The Pelosi charge is one that has been made by Republican Chairman Ed Cox — who backs Demos’ primary rival state Sen. Lee Zeldin — and is one that the Demos campaign denies (Cox may have an ax to grind, considering the fallout from the primary race that included Demos and the chairman’s son, Christopher Nixon Cox, in 2010).

Demos has support from Republicans Rudy Giuliani and George Pataki, but Zeldin has the backing of the state and local party apparatus, as well as the Conservative Party.

The Pelosi money claim stems from Demos’ father-in-law, a wealthy California developer who has contributed to Democratic causes.

The primary battle for the NY-1 on Suffolk County is one of the more heated House races around the state. The winner faces Rep. Tim Bishop this fall.